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, abusers, everyone else. the president spent last night rallies supporters at a san francisco fund-raiser telling them he intends to win but only if his backers are obsessive for the next four weeks and admitting that he's got some ground to make up after the debacle in denver. >> after the debate i had a bunch of people come up to me, don't be so polite, don't be so nice. i want everybody to understand something, what was being presented wasn't leadership. that's salesmanship. >> the president is now on his way to columbus due to touchdown within the half hour for a late afternoon rally at ohio state university. for his part, mr. romney will be joined by new jersey governor chris christie for an evening rally in cuyahoga falls, ohio. ap apologies for my pronunciation. romney will be battling for the buckeye state. he's got a new straight to camera ohio ad making his case on the airwaves. >> under president obama we've lost over a half a million manufacturing jobs and china has passed us in manufacturing. i'll stand up to china. i have a detailed plan to create 12 million new jobs,
second prize? a set of steak knifes. >> let's get right to our panel now. in san francisco, rolling stone's tim dickinson who has written a guide on how romney dodges his fair share in taxes in the latest issue, and at the site of the debate here with me is michael scherer washington correspondent for "time" magazine. mike, i want to show everyone the website. it's called romneytaxplan.com. it's a joke site set up by democrats, and as you can see when you try to click on the details, button to learn how romney pays for his $5 billion tax plan, it won't let you do it. now, michael, is the president going to make mr. romney's labyrinthine tax returns an issue tonight? >> he will and hopefully he will do it for democrats with a little more clarity than he did last time. the denver debate, a lot of it was about this tax plan but you could never really get beyond the sort of policy speak. he's got to come in with one-liners and zingers to make clear what he's saying. the facts are a little more complicated. the president was also for lowering rates in 2011 and eliminating deductions. he also d
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